A car show, mud volleyball tournament, and an endurance event were held over the fourth of July weekend.
There were 16 entries in a car show at Trenton sponsored by the Trenton American Legion Post.
A 1966 Dodge Charger entered by Dave Jennings of Trenton was judged the best of show in the car division.
A 2014 Harley Davidson Street Glide entered by Joseph Devorss of Trenton was the best of show motorcycle.
Five cars received exhibitors choice recognition. They were a 1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe entered by Vince Neal of Trenton, a 1953 Chevrolet two door sedan entered by Dick and Mary Callen of Princeton, a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner entered by Philip Middleton of Princeton, a 1967 Camero entered by Dennis Turley of Trenton, and a 1965 Plymouth Sport Satellite two door hard top Entered by Herbert Griffin.
A 2010 Harley Davidson Street Glide received exhibitors choice recognition in the motorcycle division. It was entered by Zach Anderson of Trenton
Results have been made available from the Mud volleyball tournament Friday at Trenton to raise money for the Trenton American Legion Blue Jays baseball program.
The Trenton American Legion Blue Jays team placed first in the tournament, the Chumbley's team was second, and the Mud Bugs squad finished third.
The other two teams were Pain Train and Mud Dogs.
Members of the Blue Jays squad were Steve Hudson, Riley Mabery, McKinley Hurley, Cody Mullenix, Scotlin Hurley, Dillon Hall, and Tanner Hudson
The 548th transportation company of the National Guard at Trenton scheduled an endurance event to raise money for both the National Guard unit and the Green Hills Women's Shelter. Two teams entered. Placing first was a team called the Country Crushers. The team was comprised of Shern Betz, Scott Betz, Micah Burkeybile, and
Nathanyl Bankson. The other team was a team comprised of Jane Cotton, Michael Cotton, Nevin Turner, and Cathy Turner.
They called themselves the Saggy Bottom Bunch.
Prizes for the endurance event were trophies and 100 dollars for first place and medallions and 50 dollars for second.